Tourism & TravelEasyJet resumes its France-Morocco winter routes

EasyJet resumes its France-Morocco winter routes


The airline company EasyJet announces the resumption of its winter routes to Morocco from its French bases.

“Links with Morocco, very popular for the winter sun, will also resume service from the end of October in addition to Marrakech, already operated from all our French bases: Bordeaux-Essaouira from October 31; Lyon-Agadir from October 24; and Nantes-Agadir from October 26. The Nice-Tenerife line will also resume service from November 3, ”announces the British low cost.

The resumption of these lines is part of its All Saints holiday program. In all, 35,000 seats will be added on 29 routes from its French bases, reports Air Journal. EasyJet offers sunny destinations and also plans to extend others out of season, particularly to Spain, with Palma de Mallorca from Paris-CDG, Bordeaux, Lyon and Malaga from Paris-CDG.

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